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The crisis caused by the coronavirus outbreak is testing every political force in society—and exposing some basic truths.
The first two cases of coronavirus were detected in the Gaza Strip on Sunday of last week. Two people have been put in quarantine.
Bosses are putting workers at risk as firms try to keep operating during the coronavirus crisis.
The crisis caused by coronavirus is testing every political force in society—and exposing some basic truths. One remarkable feature is how often the Labour Party agrees with the right wing Tory government.
If coronavirus rips through countries ravaged by imperialism, it would spell catastrophe for millions.
Boris Johnson announced lockdown conditions for Britain in a televised address on Monday of this week.
Bin workers in south east London won health and safety demands over coronavirus after a walkout on Wednesday of last week.
A series of strikes in French factories engaged in non-essential production has forced employers to close some of them down, at least temporarily.
Trillions of dollars for a coronavirus aid package in the United States is mainly about protecting profits, writes Gabby Thorpe
Walkouts by postal workers on Monday in Bridgwater in Somerset and Southwark in south London underlined the angry mood among post workers.
The Pause the System group staged a protest last week to demand action
Two contradictory developments in the sixth form colleges dispute crashed into one another last week
A number of UCU union branches called off planned strikes in universities as the coronavirus crisis grew.
The Tories rushed through new laws to ‘deal’ with coronavirus—but parts of them are a threat to us all
If you want a sense of how bad the crisis is, just look at Boris Johnson’s face
Tory chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a scheme to subsidise wages that was hailed as a total transformation in policy. But the details showed that it’s far less generous than it might have seemed
The Tories are trying to deflect blame for food shortages at supermarkets onto ordinary people.
The government has said that around 1.5 million people in England are in so much danger due to coronavirus they must “take themselves out of society”.
Never mind the coronavirus, what about the bottom line?
In Greece overcrowded refugee camps on islands in the Aegean sea have been put on lockdown.